I have some SCSI hard drives and controllers and want to build a\nsystem(or two).\n\nI've decided that it might as well be a game machine, and I would like\nto know if there is a site that has a search function that allows one\nto input wanted features for a motherboard to present a selection. I\nknew one site, but can't remember the link, and the one for Intel only\npresents motherboards that have Intel chipsets:\n[URL]http://indigo.intel.com/mbsg/Default.aspx[/URL], and I just wanted to be\nsure I wasn't missing anything good.\n\nBig question: How advantageous is it to get a motherboard that\nsupports a Pentium 4 processor with a 800MHz FSB? I ask because it\nlooks like 64 bit hardware will become the most sought after hardware\nwithin a couple of years. At that time would the top FSB for\nprocessors go up?(ie: 1600FSB).\n\nI'm not thinking in terms of a motherboard with over-clocking\npossibilities. The intent is to get a "low-end" Pentium 4 chip for my\nmobo for starters, and then wait until 64 bit takes over and the\nprices for the 3.2Ghz Extreme Edition to plummet. :-) From there my\nnext system will definitely be 64 bit friendly.\n\nThe only no-brainers for me at the moment are:\nDual Channel DDR\nAGP Pro\nATX form factor\n(Most of the other needed features are now standard on the new mobos).\n\nLastly, I'd consider some "Gamer's Choice" recommendations for two or\nthree mobos that are popular right now.\n\nAny advice would be appreciated.\n\nThanks a lot.\n\nDarren Harris\nStaten Island, New York.